Items with category:Clinical Nutrition

Personalised nutrition is trendy, but can it help us eat less junk food?

A new study has shown that advances in personalised nutrition can improve the diets of...

Helping Aussies say ‘no’ to excess salt

Nutrition experts at IPAN are working on ways to reduce salt consumption and improve population...

Ultra-processed foods are linked to obesity in Australia

Have you ever heard about the term ‘ultra-processed’ foods? Perhaps not, but you are likely...

The nutrition transition – understanding the diets of Iranian adults

Diets in Iran Similar to other parts of the world, chronic diseases are increasing in...

Web-based Interventions to Support Dietary Change in People with Type 2 Diabetes

Diet is essential for the management of type 2 diabetes. It helps people lower and...

Working towards a national approach to healthy eating in childcare

  Young Australian children may not be getting the right balance of healthy food at...

Healthy eating with the Healthy Eating Advisory Service (HEAS)

 Our next blog is by Faye Chik, a first-year Master of Dietetics student at Deakin...

Women’s Health Week: A Full Day of Meals to Boost your Iron Intake

Our next blog is from Elisa Metsikas. Elisa is a second year student at Deakin...

Get to know our staff: Professor Judi Porter

Our latest blog is from Prof Judi Porter. Judi has recently commenced as Discipline Lead...

Our time in the ‘Top End’ – A rural placement with Deakin Dietetics

Our next blog post has been contributed by Alice Bleathman and Georgia Walker, dietetics students...

How to boost your fruit and veg intake

Most of us know we should be eating five serves of vegetables and two serves...

Australia’s first virtual Preventive Health Conference

This blog was contributed by Kate Wingrove and Emily Denniss. Both PhD candidates were awarded...

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